Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s new education department launched Friday with the goal of equipping every child in the state to “make it in Michigan.”
A new state law will cut ‘red tape’ in public schools and ensure teachers spend more time teaching their students instead of teaching to the test.
From school boards to legislative chambers, decision makers at all levels of the system can benefit from listening to our young people.
A federally funded program that’s expanding to Michigan is expected to make it easier for military members and their families to access and afford child care.
Several public school districts in Michigan are set to have millions of dollars in debt forgiven as part of a budget plan that was passed this month.
Participants on Tuesday discussed “the growing chorus of diverse voices speaking out against politicians and their far-right supporters’ attempts to attack students’ freedom to learn.”